2010. - V. 24. - N 2(107). - P. 35-40
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The basic principle non-equivalent ion transfer (direct osmosis) is a selective transport of ions, dissolved substances through a charged semi-permeable ceramic membrane. A series of experiments show that the selectivity of ions in this membrane can have both positive and negative values, thereby obtaining a water solution with acid or alkaline pH. This technology can be used for softening water, and capturing carbon dioxide or ammonia.
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